Capturing the Past - Miscellaneous Collections and Items
Records in this Collection
This collection of business letterheads came from the Settle Conservative Club papers.
This collection was made by David Harrop who lived in Brunton House
The Account books for William Carr of Settle, mercer, and Leonard Wilkinson of Slaidburn covering the period 1721 to 1790 can be found amongst the collection ZJI at North Yorkshire County Record Office. William Carr’s will and inventory of 1731 is on this website, reference NCW/001/016.
Various documents from the Court of Duchy Chamber concern disputed land on Ingleborough between 1603 and 1619. Maps of Ingleborough drawn by Saxton and Newby were found with these items. The parishes of Austwick, Clapham, Newby and Selside were all involved. See North Craven Heritage Trust Journal 2004 page 13 for further details including pictures of ...
John Reid has collected ephemera, mainly concerning Settle, supplemented by items loaned by the Soames family (collected by the late Derek Soames). There are postcards, photographs, business letterheads, event programmes, newspaper cuttings, church pamphlets, etc. The numbered originals are kept in ring-binders and have here been separated into groups of around 10 items in each ...
Details of the charities in the Ancient parish of Giggleswick – for Giggleswick, Langcliffe, Rathmell, Settle and Stainforth.
Sketch map of locations of the coaching inns based on drawing made by Nick Harling.
This collection of parish record transcripts has been meticulously created by David Metcalfe. The records include hatching, matching and dispatching records for Horton in Ribblesdale, the Horton 1841 census return and the 1841 census return for the Greta and Wenning valleys (Ingleton / Chapel le Dale etc).
The original records are mostly in spreadsheets in xls ...
Derek Soames collected various items concerning Settle businesses, including the Settle Market Buildings Company and the records of John Moore. Heather Soames and Eileen Bamford have made this collection available for future reference purposes.
A collection of photographs and opening ceremony 1959 of Settle Girl’s High School.
Photographs and documents belonging to the late Mary Worthington of Highwood Cottage, Ingleton.
This collection of photos is included in the book ‘The End of the Wood’ by Elizabeth Clay:
The End of the Wood by Elizabeth Clay
The photos show buildings and life around Burnsall from the late 19th Century to the present day.
Members of the Settle and District U3A Family History Group have undertaken research concerning the people the windows were dedicated to and the people who donated the funds. The families are Batten, Carr, Clapham, Dawson, Geldard, Hartley and Robinson.
The contributors are: for Batten – Christine Taylor: for Carr – Annette Mabbitt: for Clapham – Christine ...